It's about taxes.
The first president since Ford, with decades of Russian mob ties and shady business tactics, not releasing his taxes - first by lying and saying he would release them, then lying and saying he can't because they are under audit, etc., is several orders of magnitude more significant than a House member contesting a $1,618.36 tax.
It would be extreme hypocrisy for those who would suggest otherwise.
This is about AOC, not Trump- stick to topic.
Lol. You can also be found demanding people "stick to topic" in neo-Nazi forums where the participants accuse the left wing of hating Jews.
You're a clown. If you are accusing AOC of something that your own fuhrer is guilty of then that's something called a double standard and it is very much on topic.
the New York Post was reported to be the preferred newspaper of U.S. President Donald Trump, who maintains frequent contact with its owner, Rupert Murdoch. The Post, According to a survey conducted by Pace University in 2004, was rated the least-credible major news outlet in New York.
The only place I found this article online after searching for it was here:-
Overall we rate the New York Post on the far end of Right-Center Biased due to story selection that typically favors the Right and Mixed (borderline questionable) for factual reporting based on several failed fact checks.
Will you ever stop telling lies you mad Nazi bastard?
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